|AMM4 Jingle - Dan Wilson|
Dan Wilson, one quarter of Oscillatorial Binnage, the improv quartet, works with Ben Watson of the "Late Lunch with Out To Lunch" show on Resonance FM to create an audio artefact (or "jingle") designed to suck impressionable young minds into the AMM (Association of Musical Marxists) camp by inviting them to an event upstairs in a pub in central London. Dan Wilson's account of the event, an improv rewrite of the themes of Frank Zappa's "Stink Foot" from the Apostrophe(') album (DiscReet, 1974) ca...
Keywords: AMM; AMM4; Dan Wilson; Ben Watson; Unkant; Dave Black; Chris Ford; Chartists; Oscillatorial Binnage
|Sybil, or The Two Nations - Benjamin Disraeli|
LibriVox recording of Sybil, or the Two Nations by Benjamin Disraeli. Read by Nicholas Clifford Sybil is one of the most prominent political novels of the mid-nineteenth century, taking as its subject the "condition of England" question. That phrase was first used by Thomas Carlyle in an essay of 1839 on Chartism, a working-class protest movement that plays a prominent role in this novel. The two nations are the rich and the poor, and the increasing gulf between them, and their condition also in...
Keywords: Librivox; audiobook; fiction; chartists; England nineteenth century politics; romance; social divisions
|The History Show Episode 9 Near FM - Cathal Brennan|
Episode 9 of the History Show on Near FM presented by Cathal Brennan and John Dorney. In the first part of the show, Alex O'Fhailghigh talks about radicalism in the Irish community in Scotland. In the second part of the show, Padraig Lenihan talks about the historiography of early - modern Ireland.
Keywords: The History Show; Irish History; Dublin; Ireland; Near FM; History; Scotland; Sectarianism; Defenders; Ribbonism; Fenian; 1798; Chartists; Strikes; Socialism; Labour Party; Irish Community; Glasgow; Edinburgh; James Connolly; Celtic Communism; Early Modern Ireland; Historiography; Padraig Lenihan
|More Macfarlane 19 Iii 2014|
Special edition of Ben Watson's Late Lunch With Out To Lunch on Resonance FM as guest Dave Black reads "The Democratic and Social Republic" by Helen Macfarlane (Red Republican, 12-x-1850) and Freddie Hubbard, Tony Oxley, Jimmy McGriff, Sheila Lahr, Mark Perry and Derek Bailey make the proletarian case.
Keywords: Audio esemplasm; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Ben Watson; Resonance FM; When dork shade three love; Helen Macfarlane; Red Republican; The Democratic and Social Republic; David Black; Dave Black; Chartists; Chartism; Freddie Hubbard; Cunga Black; Blue Spirits; Blue Note; Jimmy McGriff; Spear for Moondog; Electric Funk; Esther Leslie; Iris Watson; Mordecai Watson; Tony Oxley; Derek Bailey; The Advocate; Tzadik; Sheffield Phantoms; Alternative TV; ATV; Alternative Television; Another Coke; The Image Has Cracked; Mark P; Mark Perry; Read fiefdom garbed
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|Nature Guttural, Or, Gnaw-a-Bone 6-xi-2013 - Ben Watson|
This episode of Ben Watson's long-running Resonance FM radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch is built from an 18-minute recording of Dave Black performing an article by Helen MacFarlane: "A Bird's Eye View of the Glorious British Constitution" (Democratic Review, September 1850). Black is the author of MacFarlane's biography (as well as The Secret History of LSD, 1839: the Chartist Insurrection (with Chris Ford) and The Philosophical Roots of Anti-Capitalism)...
Keywords: audio esemplasm; Ben Watson; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Resonance FM; Iris; Mordecai; Peter Baxter; ecclesiastical crook; Captain Beefheart; Circumstances; Clear Spot; Reprise; Helen MacFarlane; A Bird's Eye View of the Glorious British Constitution; Dave Black; David Black; Democratic Review; Chartists; Newport; Evil Dick; Sunday Roast Tango; Egg; Wind Quartet; The Civil Surface; Iancu Dumitrescu; Tim Hodgkinson; bathroom tap; Duke Ellington; Charles Mingus; Charlie Mingus; Max Roach; A Little Max (Parfait); Money Jungle; Blue Note; Blop Diddle Op; T.H.F. Drenching; Alan Wilkinson; Flim Flam
|Anecdotage by E Austin CORRECTED TEXT & NOTES by ECG - Eric C Graham|
Original text corrected with biographical and other notes.
Keywords: Ebenezer Austin journalist; The Bristol Mercury and Daily Post; Bath Chronicle; Bath and Cheltenham Gazette; Court of Bankruptcy for the Bristol District; The Municipal Reform Act; Corporation of Bath; Prince Consort; Welsh Chartists; High Treason Monmouth; Protestant Operative Association; Rev. Hugh Stowell; Henry Parsons murder of wife; Mr. Justice Cresswell; Mr. Serjeant Kinglake; John Arthur Roebuck MP; Reverend William Jay; William Akerman; grand juries; Charlotte Harris poisoning; jury of matrons; Nisi Prius Court; Mr. Justice Crowder; Baron Platt; Sarah Waterman murder; Charles Wedmore Matthew Wedmore; The Leigh Woods Murder; Charlotte Pugsley; William Herapath; Nestorian Christians; Assize Fair; The Road Murder; Francis Saville Kent; Constance Kent; Sir Hugh Smyth; Thomas Provis; public executions; Sarah Harriet Thomas; John William Beale; Calcraft hangman; Bar and the Press; Mr. Commissioner Hill Bristol; Maesteg Iron Company; The Vale of Neath & South Wales Brewery Company; Charles Thomas Baring